About Resorts World Casino New York City
Resorts World Casino New York City is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Genting Malaysia Berhad ("Genting"), a member of the Genting Group, which has a 20-year track record of investing in the United States. Its business in Florida started 11 years ago when it acquired Miami-based Norwegian Cruise Line ("NCL"). The Genting Group currently owns 50% of NCL. In 2006, Genting Group partnered with Universal Studios to build the Universal Studios Singapore theme park in Sentosa, Singapore. Universal Studios Singapore is part of the US$4.5 billion Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore. For more information on the various Resorts World properties worldwide, please visit www.resortsworld.com
About Genting and The Genting Group
Genting (www.gentingmalaysia.com) is a member of the Genting Group (www.genting.com), the world's largest Destination Resort operator with Resorts World branded properties in Malaysia, Singapore, Manila and New York City. In addition to Destination Resorts, the Genting Group has global investments in plantations, power generation, oil and gas, real estate, cruise, leisure and other industries.
The Genting Group has five public companies listed on the stock exchanges of Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong, with a combined market capitalisation of US$45 billion and employs more than 50,000 people worldwide.
Bag Check Policy
Guest safety is a top concern at Resorts World Casino. To maintain a safe environment, we have established a visual inspection policy for bags and/or containers that are brought in by our guests, vendors, and employees. Visual inspections will be conducted by security personnel, and may require items to be removed for a thorough view. If a guest, vendor, or an employee chooses not to allow inspection, the bag will not be allowed in the facility. Bags/containers that are left unattended in the facility are also subject to search and seizure. Personal belongings should be kept with you at all times unless properly stored or checked in at the coat check. Items being stored in the coat check are also subject to the visual inspection policy.
Items that are not allowed in the facility include, but are not limited to: illegal contraband, alcohol, weapons, hazardous and/or unauthorized materials or any items that would create an unsafe environment for our guests or employees.